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Did Kevin Durant Fix That ‘Misspelled Tattoo’?

CICELY MITCHELL, CBS Houston
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HOUSTON (CBS Houston) OKC’s Kevin Durant has quite a dramatic tattoo on himself but a picture of the tattoo is still making its way around the Internet… not for its creativity, but rather for a possible misspelled word!

Check out a picture of the tattoo here and judge for yourself:

According to the ftw.usatoday.com website, someone noticed that the tattoo is possibly misspelled: “Kevin Durant unveiled his completed back tattoo Wednesday on Instagram. The artwork, which took years to complete, has a religious theme, with portraits of Jesus and an angel holding a basketball, along with two hands signaling three and five for Durant’s No. 35 jersey number. There’s also a 58-word bible passage from James 1:2-4. It’s a fitting quote that deals with accepting pressures and working hard to overcome them,” states the website.

Durant, who currently plays for the Oklahoma City Thunder as a small forward would not be the first person to have a misspelled word inked on his body. Click here to view additional pictures of other misspelled tattoos!

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